If Your Reading This Then The Senate’s Move Against The FCC Traps You In This Net Of Deception


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Do You Understand Net Neutrality?…don’t worry if you don’t, most people truly don’t.  Why?  Because it is a great illusion.  Is a fair and balanced internet truly possible?  Should it be?  Should the government have control in assuring the largest ISPs don’t abuse their power and take over what you see and what you don’t on the internet…or is that even truly the issue at hand?  What truths are you being sold and are we just, again, in the middle of another great deception?

“Then there’s President Donald Trump, who also needs to sign the resolution. Trump has made no secret of his ambitions to roll back Obama-era regulations, signing 15 CRA resolutions since he took office to do just that. It’s unlikely he will sign this CRA to restore a regulation adopted under his predecessor.”

Read more:  https://www.cnet.com/news/senate-democrats-win-significant-victory-to-preserve-net-neutrality-rules/

“The bill’s passage represents a major victory for Democrats. The net neutrality, rules, which passed a Democrat-led FCC in 2015, prevent broadband and wireless companies from blocking or slowing internet traffic. They’ve become highly politicized, with Democrats in Congress and many internet companies, such as Google and Facebook, strongly voicing their support. A majority of the public also supports net neutrality. Republican lawmakers and broadband lobbyists argue the existing rules hurt investment and will stifle innovation. They say efforts by Democrats to stop the FCC’s repeal of the rules do nothing to protect consumers.”

Read more:  https://www.cnet.com/news/senate-democrats-win-significant-victory-to-preserve-net-neutrality-rules/

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